What is it that causes the mushy masochism that drives Republicans to seek out disaster year after year, decade after decade? It wasn’t enough that the Republican Party stubbornly picked yet another RINO automaton, apparently believing that the 2008 election disaster was just an aberration. No sir, it had to taunt conservatives by bringing McMush back from the dead and pushing him on stage, front and center, with MittMan.
The feedback is that Romney got a “strong introduction” from McMush. Touching … really touching. I’m told it brought Meghan McCain to tears. Sweet little thing.
And, of course, Romney had his moderate mode on cruise control, once again being careful to say nice things about Der Fuhrbama. He said he liked him as a man, but felt his decisions were disappointing. Aw … shucks, Mitt. You brought a tingle to my leg.
I’m told that the big-wig Republicans in attendance ate up every word, so much so that they felt much better about their liberal candidate’s chances in November. They even gave McMush several standing ovations during his presentation of MittMan.
Always the gentleman, MittMan thanked his nomination rivals for making the contest “useful to GOP primary and caucus voters.” Who knows, someday he may even get Santorum, Gingrich, Perry, and the rest of his bludgeoned Republican opponents to like him.
But Obama need not worry, because MittMan won’t be bludgeoning him. He saves the bludgeoning for his Republican opponents. As they say, you couldn’t make this stuff up.
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